The Great Depression By Aspen Condra

The Great Depression started in 1929 according to history.com.
It all started after the stock market crashed in October of 1929 acording to history.com.
In 1933 when the Great Depression reached its nadir 13 to 15 million Americans were unemployed acording to history.com.
On October 24 1929 people began selling their stocks.
By 1930 4 million Americans didn't have jobs. Acording to history.com.
6 million Americans didn't have jobs in 1931
Acording to history.com by early 1933 thousands of banks closed their doors.
In 1932 some 13-15 thousand Americans are unemployed
The Great Depression ended in 1939.

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